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Grab co-founder and CEO Anthony Tan speaks with CNBC just days after the announced deal to acquire Uber's Southeast Asia business.
Anthony Tan of Grab explains the reasons behind the decision.
CNBC meets the top banker in an economy worth over $1.5 trillion annually.
Stephen Poloz discusses the rise of digital currencies, saying that adoption is "not as simple as it sounds."
Stephen Poloz, governor of the Bank of Canada, says that cryptocurrencies have the potential to crash but played down the broader risks of this.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz discusses his institution's recent research into blockchain technology.
"We've got a drag on investment that's already in place because of the uncertainty around NAFTA," says Stephen Poloz, governor of the Bank of Canada.
Myanmar should start recognizing the rights of the Rohingya people, Queen Rania of Jordan said.
Queen Rania of Jordan discusses the Trump administration's decision to cut funding for the UN's Palestinian refugees charity UNRWA.
Some wealthy countries have "walked away" from their responsibility to resettle refugees, Queen Rania of Jordan said.
Queen Rania of Jordan talks about her online education platform Edraak.
Dan Yergin discusses how geopolitical tensions around the world are affecting markets.
Chinese President Xi Jinping's defense of globalization at the World Economic Forum in Davos earlier this year sounded like Bill Clinton in 1995, Dan Yergin says.
CNBC's Steve Sedwick sat down with to discuss shale and the U.S.' role in shaping the oil market.
Oil demand is counter-intuitively rising because "people think cars equal oil," Dan Yergin told CNBC.